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Yeah, you're right, sorry. (Glad I'm doing this before a slew of downvotes hits) Okay, all enigmatics aside, I'm thinking of creating a Perlmonks RPG. I figured it'd be a neato thing to do. There's a system called FUDGE, which is a "open source" product to build other Role Playing engines on. You take a concept and using this base template of rules, build up the rules mechanics for the universe you're thinking of. I was thinking of doing a Play By Email RPG for Perlmonks (with html based visual aids; maps etc.). It would be silly more than anything else and a chance to further define who our pseudonyms are that we use here at the Monastery. I confess, I was secretive to spike interest. Sorry. :-)


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